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CP detection

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roorings
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Re: CP detection

Post Posted: Sep 18, 12 16:56

I'm trying to imagine a scenario where the DoD would call up their local police department for help on a CP case... That would be an entertaining phone call.  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: CP detection

Post Posted: Sep 18, 12 17:37

- roorings
I'm trying to imagine a scenario where the DoD would call up their local police department for help on a CP case... That would be an entertaining phone call.


Well, still IMHO a DoD contractor does not become automatically LE, and I find "queer" that a specific task reserved in the US to LE only is given to a contractor. Question

I mean, one thing is contracting "generic examination of a hard disk" (and some CP is found by chance) and another one is "specific examination for CP". Shocked

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manuld
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Re: CP detection

Post Posted: Sep 18, 12 19:44

The DoD is a federal agency. Without knowing the full deatis of the OP, I am pretty sure if he is being asked to look for IIOC then it will be legal.  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: CP detection

Post Posted: Sep 18, 12 20:16

- manuld
The DoD is a federal agency. Without knowing the full deatis of the OP, I am pretty sure if he is being asked to look for IIOC then it will be legal.

Sure the DoD is a Federal Agency, and most probably they know what they are doing, but the OP posted he was a contractor for the DoD, and I never said that it wasn't legal, I said how I found it "queer".
What is IIOC? Question

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athulin
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Re: CP detection

Post Posted: Sep 18, 12 20:22

- jaclaz
What is IIOC? Question


The PC term for CP.

Indecent Images Of Children.  
 
  

manuld
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Re: CP detection

Post Posted: Sep 18, 12 20:28

I wouldn't call it a PC term, I would call it what it is. CP is horrible term, it's not Porn, it's rape.  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: CP detection

Post Posted: Sep 19, 12 00:20

- athulin
- jaclaz
What is IIOC? Question


The PC term for CP.

Indecent Images Of Children.




Boy do I hate when you in the works use acronyms! Sad

www.abbreviationrefere...ition/iioc


What does PC mean?

www.abbreviationrefere...inition/pc

Yes, I know it means Politically Correct, but how much does it cost to type a few more letters and make the post more easily readable?

But manuld is possibly very right on the actual IIOC vs. CP.

Here, at least AFAIK, Child Pornography is actual photos or "realistic" images/drawings and not such things as defined in the US, including cartoons.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...ing_minors

The good guys under have yet another approach, seemingly:
www.telegraph.co.uk/ne...raphy.html


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